My father found a new way to use it!! Very amazing! Recommend to my friend!
This tile hole saw worked like a charm. It cuts real clean on tiles. Nothing else can cut as clean on tiles than this tool bit except maybe a laser cutter but who can afford those tools.
I'm sharing tips on how to use these tool bits.
1. Cut a piece of plastic from an old cooking oil container, I like recycling stuff, make sure it's flat and approx same thickness as quarter coin and about 2 inches by 5 inches wide.
2. Put the plastic that you just cut on top of a wood or cardboard then drill it...
This diamond drill set is extremely affordable and I've been looking for one for a while. Worked good on putting holes in my ceramic tile for the tub spout, shower head and the valve handles. It's a little tricky to get it started. You have to hold the bit at a slight angle to get it started but once it starts to dig out a groove you can put the drill perpendicular and drill right through. I will be using these on most of my projects.
I purchased this set for my husband, the lost his last hole saw. We really couldn't beat the price and it came with so many different sizes. My husband said they worked great for the projects he's working on and they did a great job. I highly recommend this hole saw set. Works better if used with water. These are well made hole saws that maintain cutting effectiveness after multiple uses.
Perfect for drilling holes on tiles.
Just make sure to spray some water to prolong the diamond bit.
I used these to cut some tiles for a home improvement job. I was happy to see the pieces encrusted with diamond pieces when I opened the box. They've cut through the tile like butter. Make sure you have a hose near by to drip onto the surface where your cutting in order to make a clean cut otherwise you'll get tile chips flying everything.